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Headlines From Boston

Eight Boston Priests Defrocked by Vatican
   - Boston Globe, March 18, 2006

Shanley Found Guilty of Child Rape
- LA Times, February 8, 2005

Shanley Trial Begins on Child Rape, Assault
- Washington Post, January 18, 2005

Reaction Mixed Over Cardinal Law's New Rome Duties
- Washington Times, August 16, 2004

In Rome's Shadow
- Boston Globe, July 4, 2004

Vocal Critic of Abuse Found Dead
    - Boston Globe, February 24, 2004

Offspring of Boston Priest Settle Suit
    - Boston Globe, January 30, 2004

Boston Archdiocese to Sell Cardinal's Residence
    - Boston Globe, December 4, 2003

Founder of N.E. SNAP Chapter Hailed as a Local Hero
    - Boston Phoenix, October 30, 2003

Crime Knocks at Parish Door
    - Boston Globe, October 27, 2003

Most Plaintiffs Accept Boston Church Settlement Offer
    - Boston Globe, October 21, 2003

Victims Agonize Over Church Settlement
    - Boston Globe, October 8, 2003

Geoghan Became Symbol of Horror in Church Scandal
    - Associated Press, August 25, 2003

John Geoghan, Abusive Ex-Priest, Is Killed in Prison
    - New York Times, August 23, 2003

O'Malley Offers Boston Plaintiffs $55 Million Settlement"
    - Boston Globe, August 9, 2003

Victims' Group Says O'Malley Must Do More
    - Boston Globe, August 7, 2003

A New Leader Reaches Out
    - Boston Globe, July 31, 2003

Priest Disputes O'Malley's Memory of Abuse Case
    - Boston Globe, July 26, 2003

CEO Would Testify of Shanley Abuse, Diocese Neglect
    - Boston Globe, July 22, 2003

Attorney General Not Recommending Criminal Charges in Church Scandal
    - Associated Press, July 20, 2003

O'Malley Will Find Many Wounds to Heal
    - Boston Globe, July 2, 2003

Pope Names New Leader for Troubled Boston Archdiocese
    - New York Times, July 1, 2003

Boston Globe Revels in Pulitzer Victory
     - Associated Press, April 7, 2003

Judge Rules Church Suits Can Proceed, Archdiocese's 1st Amendment Motion Rejected
     - Boston Globe, February 20, 2003

Boston Archdiocese Asks for Dismissal of All Suits
     - The New York Times, December 24, 2002

Cardinal Law Resigns
     - Washington Post, December 13, 2002

Massachusetts Attorney General Says Church Impedes Investigation of Abuse
     - Boston Globe, December 11, 2002

Boston Cardinal a No-Show at Church Amid Public Rage
     By Greg Frost, December 8, 2002


Archbishop Sean O'Malley wipes his brow during ceremonies to install O'Malley as the new Archbishop of Boston at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston, Massachusetts July 30, 2003. O'Malley replaces Cardinal Bernard Law who resigned in December 2002 amid the clergy sexual abuse scandal in the Boston Archdiocese. REUTERS/POOL/George Martell

Boston Archdiocese Weighs Bankruptcy Filing
     - Boston Globe, December 1, 2002

Doubt is Cast on Accuser of Two Priests
     - Boston Globe, August 31, 2002

Law Indictment Seen Unlikely,
     - Boston Globe, June 20, 2002

Cardinal Law on the Ropes,
    - The Boston Phoenix, March 7, 2002

Hub Seminary Linked to Problem Priests,
      - Boston Herald, March 3, 2002

Boston Priests' Sex Scandal Causes Ripples Across U.S.
     - New York Times, February 17, 2002

Priest Abuse Cases Sealed By Judges
     - The Boston Globe, February 16, 2002

Clerical Sexual Abuse Scandal Widens in Boston Archdiocese
     - National Catholic Reporter, February 8, 2002

Poll: Boston Catholics Fault Cardinal,
     -The Associated Press, February 8, 2002


Victims Defend News Coverage of the Father James Porter Case
     - The Boston Globe, May 26, 1992

Cardinal Announces Defrocking of Father Geoghan, Accused of Molestation
      - The Boston Globe, June 6, 1998

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